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Is Brizo worth the extra $$ over Delta?

Posted by lovetodream (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 7, 13 at 20:44

After MUCH deliberation (why is this so difficult? I know, first world problems, but still....) I'm debating between the Brizo Solna and Delta Trinsic.

There's not a huge difference between the look but there is somewhat of a cost savings if I go with the Delta over the Brizo.

Is there any real benefit to upgrading to the higher priced, Delta owned, Brizo? Or should I use those (much needed) cost savings in another area of the reno?


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RE: Is Brizo worth the extra $$ over Delta?

I bought the Brizo because there was no visible line that showed the spray head. I loved the way it tucked up inside the faucet neck. It's me. It's part of the definition of TKO.

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RE: Is Brizo worth the extra $$ over Delta?

I've bought Delta and Brizo for bathrooms for the new house. The "innards" are the same. Same valves for showers.
I went with Brizo for the single handle lav faucets in polished nickel. Delta doesnt have that finish. I definaltly love the snap up magnetic spray nozzel on the Delta Brizo kichen faucets. If you are not compromising a finish issue to go with Delta I would buy Delta.


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RE: Is Brizo worth the extra $$ over Delta?

Beekeeperswife, I like the Brizo for exactly the same reason, so it's not just you! I'm only in the early planning stage, but I may already be on my way to TKO.


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